Motlow State will help you complete your FAFSA

Students currently attending or planning to attend Motlow State are invited to attend a FAFSA Frenzy workshop to learn about and receive help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The events will be held at all four Motlow campuses.

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Motlow theatre department to perform Madagascar - A Musical Adventure in November

The Motlow State theatre department is eager to welcome thousands of area children with its production of Madagascar - A Musical Adventure on the Moore County campus inside Eoff Hall, Powers Auditorium, beginning Wednesday, Nov. 6.

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Motlow Intent to Graduate events designed to help students graduate on time

Motlow State students who wish to graduate on time in fall 2019 or spring of 2020 should attend an Intent to Graduate Celebration held at all four Motlow campuses next week. Students will learn important information such as whether they are on track to graduate, how to order their free graduation cap and robe, and how to get their name in the commencement program.

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Motlow Music Department sponsors Piano Trio Concert October 18

The Motlow Music Department will sponsor a concert by The Piano Trio on Friday, Oct.18, 7-8:30 p.m. in Powers Auditorium/Eoff Hall on the Moore County campus. The event is part of the Motlow Concert Series featuring Motlow faculty musicians and guest artists.

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Motlow Robotics program advancing as Instructor Charlie King receives FANUC certification

Motlow State Mechatronics Instructor Charlie King recently became a FANUC Certified Education Robot Training (CERT) Program instructor. This certification includes FANUC Handling Tool Operations and Programming.

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How Interact Club and Motlow Dual Enrollment can get you to Vanderbilt

Rotary-sponsored Interact Club, a service organization for young people, is making a difference not only in the communities it serves, but also in the lives of the youth who participate in it.

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Motlow State earns NADO Award in support of workforce development

Motlow State has been selected to receive a 2019 National Association of Developmental Organizations (NADO) Impact Award from its support of regional workforce development through the Automation and Robotics Training Center (ARTC)in McMinnville. Impact Award recipients will be recognized at a special reception during NADO’s 2019 Annual Training Conference, scheduled for October 19-22 in Reno, Nevada.

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Motlow College Foundation Golf Tournament held at Bear Trace

The Motlow College Foundation recently held its 26th annual golf tournament in support of Motlow State students. All proceeds from the tournament benefit Motlow students primarily through scholarships, including but not limited to: honors, presidential, student government, and athletic scholarships.

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Motlow hosts 4th Annual Chamber Super Mixer as part of 50th Anniversary Celebration

As part of Motlow State’s 50th Anniversary celebration, the College is hosting the 4th Annual Chamber Super Mixer, titled the “Super Motlow Mixer” (#supermotlowmixer), Oct. 15 from 5-7 p.m., in the quad on the Moore County campus.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 30 years of service

Motlow State recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 30 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow’s Billy Hix travels to Chile as Astronomy Ambassador

Billy Hix, retired teacher at Motlow State and founder of the Motlow College Foundation STEM Outreach program, recently spent two weeks in Chile serving as one of seven astronomy professionals chosen from across the United States for the Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassador Program (ACEAP).

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Motlow recognizes employees for 35 years of service

Motlow State recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 35 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 25 years of service

Motlow State recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 25 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 20 years of service

Motlow State recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 20 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 10 years of service

Motlow State recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 10 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for five years of service

Motlow State recently recognized faculty, administration and staff members with five years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow State one of the safest-rated colleges in Tennessee

Motlow State is one of the fastest-growing colleges in Tennessee and the nation. It is also considered one of the safest colleges among Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) institutions. Recent student surveys indicate that more than 99% of students feel safe at Motlow.

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Sepsis education at Motlow: The Legacy of John J. Smith

Motlow’s Debra Smith, who knows firsthand the heartache that sepsis can bring, helps originate the first annual Think Sepsis First conference to promote awareness.

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